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Archive for March, 2011

Deputy McFarland Investigates Accident

March 3, 2011
Deputy McFarland Investigates Accident

03/04/11 On Friday, February 25th  at approximately 2:25pm, Patrolman Deputy Les McFarland of the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department responded to a 911 call in reference to a two vehicle accident in the area of US 6 and Beech Road. Officer McFarland investigated the accident and determined that David J. Mast was driving a 2003...
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Fundraiser for M.C. Church Orchestra Next Week

March 3, 2011
Fundraiser for M.C. Church Orchestra Next Week

03/04/11 The Marshall County Church Orchestra is conducting a fundraiser for their organization.  They will be hosting their second annual Beef & Noodle Dinner next Friday, March 11 from 4:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.  The menu consists of:  Beef & Noodles, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Dinner Rolls, Homemade Dessert and a Beverage.    The all-you-can-eat...
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City Officers Make Arrests

March 3, 2011
City Officers Make Arrests

03/04/11 Last Saturday, February 26th about 3 p.m. Plymouth Police Officers were dispatched to the Prairie View Group Home on West Jefferson Street in response to a fight between residents.  Officer Gary Cleveland conducted an investigation and determined that 18 year old Joshua Hale had battered 18 year old Mark Castro.   Hale was transported...
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Donald Lee Jerraid – 86 – from Warsaw

March 3, 2011

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Gamble Announces Campaign Platform

March 2, 2011
Gamble Announces Campaign Platform

03/03/11 Plymouth Mayoral candidate Tony Gamble released his platform Wednesday afternoon. Gamble said, “I plan to run my campaign for Mayor in a manner that is somewhat different.”  He continued, “I want to connect with my fellow citizens in an authentic manner.  I feel it is important that they know and understand me for...
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Plymouth moves to the second round of sectionals with a 56-37 win over the Cougars

March 2, 2011
Plymouth moves to the second round of sectionals with a 56-37 win over the Cougars

The Plymouth Pilgrims had time to make some adjustments to their overall game coming off a good performance against John Glenn last week.   Heading into the Sectionals on Wednesday night, Plymouth was looking for four quarters of fundamental basketball with a purpose and that’s what happened.  Senior Brock Smith scored 16pts to help the...
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MCEDC Announces Partnership with SBA

March 2, 2011
MCEDC Announces Partnership with SBA

03/03/11 Marshall County Economic Development is pleased to announce that in partnership with the North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center, free, confidential, one-on-one business assistance will be available at our Plymouth office on Miller Drive once a month beginning Wednesday, March 23rd. Individual appointments to meet with Alan Steele, ISBDC Business Advisor, will...
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Ancilla Men Complete Season

March 2, 2011
Ancilla Men Complete Season

CENTREVILLE, MICHIGAN – The Ancilla men’s basketball season completed their 2010-2011 campaign with a loss at Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Western Conference foe Glen Oaks Community College by a score of 88-68. The Chargers fell behind early and went into the locker room trailing 45-23. With eight minutes remaining, they had cut...
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Lady Chargers Eliminated in Overtime Thriller

March 2, 2011
Lady Chargers Eliminated in Overtime Thriller

BENTON HARBOR, MI – The Ancilla College women’s basketball saw their season come to an end in an overtime thriller, falling 63-56 at third-seeded Lake Michigan College in the opening round of the NJCAA District G Women’s Basketball Tournament on Tuesday. Rebecca Bunkowfst scored a career high 23 points for Ancilla (8-17), connecting on...
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Charbonneau: Senate Focuses First Half on Jobs, Education, Government Reforms

March 2, 2011
Charbonneau: Senate Focuses First Half on Jobs, Education, Government Reforms

03/03/11 Jobs, education and government reforms were the focus of the Indiana Senate during the first half of the 2011 legislative session, says State Sen. Ed Charbonneau (R-Valparaiso). “Senate lawmakers are tackling tough issues this session,” Charbonneau said.  “We will continue working hard in the weeks and months ahead as we focus on passing...
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